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NAVAJO INDIANS - LEGENDS

Trees that died of fear

Author: 
T. Richardson
Article Date: 
March 1947
Language: 
English
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The woman whose nose was cut off twelve times, or the woman who controls the weather

Author: 
Recorded by L. W. Wetherill
Article Date: 
January 1947
Language: 
English
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The white haired one wrestles with Hosteen Bear; a Navaho folk story

Author: 
W. Evans
Article Date: 
March 1948
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

The white haired one wrestles with Hosteen Bear; a Navaho folk story

Author: 
W. Evans
Article Date: 
March 1948
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

The venerable Hos-too-e discusses owls

Author: 
W. Evans
Article Date: 
September 1938
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

The story of the first lie

Author: 
Recorded by L. W. Wetherill
Article Date: 
March 1947
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Story about Spider Woman

Author: 
Recorded by L. W. Wetherill
Article Date: 
March 1947
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Sacred ram of the Navajo

Author: 
R. Van Valkenburgh
Article Date: 
October 1945
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Navajo vision of earth and man

Author: 
C.N.Gorman
Article Date: 
Winter 1973
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

Navajo Folk Lore

Author: 
W. Evans
Article Date: 
December 1948
Article Abstract: 
Contents: The winged monsters on Shiprock. The beaver and the coyote. The coyote, the horned toad and the turkey. The boy who was raised by the owls. The cat, the lamb and the wolf. The coyote and the skunk. The twins who were raised from the dead. The great eagles, the coyote and the boy who was raised by owls.
Language: 
English
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